By Chris Pleasance and Rachael Bunyan For Mailonline
Published: 17:53 BST, 15 October 2020 | Updated: 18:09 BST, 15 October 2020
Police in Israel have come under fire for using heavy-handed tactics while breaking up a wedding that allegedly breached coronavirus lockdown rules.
Officers were called to a house in the West Bank settlement of Givat Zeev late Wednesday by a neighbour who said the party broke a 20-person gathering limit.
A fight broke out, and video taken in the aftermath shows the bride's brother being taken away in handcuffs while bleeding heavily from his face.
The footage caused outrage after being posted on social media, especially among Ultra-Orthodox Jews, who accused police of discrimination.
Footage shows the bride's brother lying on the floor with a bloodied face following a fight
The man can be seen, with blood on his face, being guided away in handcuffs by police. Police claimed officers acted in self-defence after guests began throwing glass bottles filled with oil